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Gonzalez Rodriguez, B.J. (author), Rietveld, L.C. (author), Longley, A. J. (author), van Halem, D. (author)
Several surveys have been conducted in Nicaragua between 1996 and 2015 confirming the presence of high levels of arsenic (>10 μg/L). In this paper, these peer-reviewed (n = 2) and non-peer reviewed sources (n = 14) have been combined to provide an extensive overview of the arsenic contamination of drinking water sources in Nicaragua. So...
review 2019
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Fischer, A. (author), van Wezel, Annemarie P. (author), Hollender, Juliane (author), Cornelissen, E. R. (author), Hofman, Roberta (author), van der Hoek, J.P. (author)
With the growth in production and use of chemicals and the fact that many end up in the aquatic environment, there is an increasing need for advanced water treatment technologies that can remove chemicals of emerging concern (CECs) from water. The current lack of a homogenous approach for testing advanced water treatment technologies hampers...
review 2019
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Valladares Linares, R. (author), Fortunato, L (author), Farhat, N. M. (author), Bucs, S. S. (author), Staal, M.J. (author), Fridjonsson, E. O. (author), Johns, M. L. (author), Vrouwenvelder, J.S. (author), Leiknes, TO (author)
Membrane systems are commonly used in the water industry to produce potable water and for advanced wastewater treatment. One of the major drawbacks of membrane systems is biofilm formation (biofouling), which results in an unacceptable decline in membrane performance. Three novel in situ biofouling characterization techniques were assessed: ...
review 2016